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The IRBA News #57 now available.
2022/2023 Assurance fees payable to the IRBA with effect from 10 June 2022.View this article
We would like to inform all our stakeholders that following a recent partnership agreement with a new service provider for our calling services, our telephone contact details have now changed. The new switchboard number is 010 496-0600.View this article
Registered auditors are advised to take note of the communication from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (Authority).
The Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA Board) approved the release of the Proposed IRBA Rules Arising from the International Standards on Quality Management (The proposed IRBA Rules) for public comment.View this article
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